Executive order 2020-21 becomes effective at 12:01 AM March 24, 2020. Liberty Coin Service, a money service business registered with the federal government will remain open for business under the financial services exemption from closure. Here are the essential services for which the company needs to remain open:
- Customers who need to sell assets to raise cash flow to make payments for necessities such as food, medical supplies and services, transportation, and housing.
- Customers waiting to pick up merchandise for which they have already paid.
- Customers who need appraisals or to conduct transactions to meet legal time requirements.
- Customers who need exchange of currencies.
Beginning Tuesday, March 24 through Monday, April 13, Liberty Coin Service hours are reduced to:
Monday through Friday 9:30 AM to 3:00 PM
Saturdays 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM (noon)
Liberty Coin Service will be open March 24 through April 13 by appointment only. Customers are asked to call ahead to (517) 351-4720 or (800) 933-4720 to schedule an appointment.
This action plan subject to change as circumstances evolve.
Frequently-honored Liberty Coin Service, founded in 1971, is Michigan’s largest rare coin and precious metals dealership. The company provides important but often little-reported information to customers, subscribers and the general public in its monthly newsletter, Liberty’s Outlook posted at www.libertycoinservice.com, in LCS Communications Officer Patrick A. Heller’s weekly columns posted at NumismaticNews.net and other websites, and in Heller’s radio commentaries on Wednesday and Friday mornings on 1320-AM WILS under the title of “Things You ‘Know’ That Just Aren’t So, And Important News You Need To Know.” Liberty Coins, as it is known locally, has been located in Lansing’s Frandor Shopping Center since 1975.